Thursday, July 8, 2010

Calibration Complete

After a few hiccups arising from the ROPOS navigation system, the dive in Halifax harbour designed to calibrate the Imagenex sonar system is complete.

There was a great deal of activity in the forward lab (right) as scientists and ROPOS staff alike tested their gear. The 18-21 hr steam to the Gully will be used to address mechanical and electrical issues with ROPOS and finalize our dive plan. Please refer to the twitter link for updates on our estimated time of arrival in the Gully.

Here we go!!!!


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